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  • Panama Canal, Panama

NOTICE OF CLOSURE/RELOCATION: The Embassy of the Republic of Panama and the Consulate of Panama will be moving temporarily to 2101 L St. NW Suite 440, Washington D.C 20037. Due to the change in location, the Consulate of Panama will operate on an appointment only basis as of June 5th, 2017.   The Embassy/Consulate phone number will remain: 202-483-1407        

Panama’s President Juan Carlos Varela Signs Mutual Administrative Assistance Convention for Tax Matters into Law

Press ReleaseFebruary 22, 2017Panama City, Panama President of Panama Juan Carlos Varela signed into law today the implementation of the Mutual Administrative Assistance Convention (MAC), which allows for sharing tax information multilaterally on request with the 107 jurisdictions that are part of the convention and provides a common legal basis for cooperation on tax matters. …

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Government and traditional indigienous authorities sign agreement on Barro Blanco Hydroelectric Project

Press Release August 22, 2016 Panama City, Panama Llano Tugrí, Panama, August 22, 2016. President of the Republic of Panama, Juan Carlos Varela, announced in front of more than 500 people from the community of the Tole district, that the hard and fruitful work done to reach the agreement regarding the incompatibilities of the Barro …

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Panamanian Banking System grows nearly $4.4 billion during first half of 2016

Press Release Ministry of Foreign Affairs August 19th, 2016 Panama City, Panama   Panama's positive performance, including 7.2% increase in loan portfolio, comes amidst continued reforms to strengthen financial transparency‎ framework   The Panamanian Government announced today that assets of the National Banking System reached over $99.6 billion, with a 4.6% increase over the same …

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Ambassador Gonzalez-Revilla participates in the welcoming ceremony of the MOL Benefactor at the Port of Virginia

Press Release July 11th, 2016 Washington D.C., US Ambassador Gonzalez-Revilla participates in the welcoming ceremony of the MOL Benefactor at the Port of Virginia. The MOL Benefactor is the first Neo-Panamax ship to transit the expanded Panama Canal and the largest container ship to arrive at the Port of Virginia. The cost of the transit …

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